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Christian CEO Podcast with Kelly Baader - Kelly Baader EPISODE 82, 24th March 2020
How to Live a Life of Intent with LaTara Venise
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How to Live a Life of Intent with LaTara Venise

#82: Today, I am interviewing LaTara Venise - How to live a life of intent through proactive measures! We chatted about how she went to rock bottom and turned her life around with the phrase, "Color your soul" which allowed her to reconnect with who she is, giving her the ability to overcome her fears and live a life of proactivity.

 

Key Lessons From This Episode: 

  • How to color your soul and the difference from self-care
  • 5 keys to help you reconnect with yourself and boost your business
  • Why even though we follow the right formula, we aren't moving forward
  • How to use your fear in a constructive way without letting it overwhelm you
  • How to live proactively, not reactively

 

About LaTara Venise

LaTara Venise has been there; done that, and now writes books and speaks nationwide about a life not lived and the dangers it causes. After losing her business in 1997 and becoming homeless, LaTara went on an 11-year journey of depression, anger, bitterness, and un-forgiveness that taught her the value of soul prosperous living. In February 2008, at her heaviest weight of 360 lbs, in the midst of an emotionally, mentally, and spiritually abusive marriage, with her kids in the next room, she tried to take her life. That was her rock bottom and the reason why today she believes in laughing, loving, and living each day to the fullest.

LaTara Venise is the story behind Color Your Soul because she has learned the value of soul well-colored. She decided to take her ashes and trade them for God’s beauty. The result has been her own story of building a lifestyle of soul care becoming a healing resource for many. You can find her on any day walking out habits of healing and helping others to do the same.

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 Remember, YOU Matter! See you in the next episode.